Raised so far
Help break the cycle of homelessness
Everyone deserves a safe place to call home. That’s why Vinnies is raising money to provide people experiencing homelessness and people at risk of homelessness with vital access to food and accommodation. We also provide education, counselling, employment and health services to help people overcome poverty in the long term.
Support Australians who are doing it tough by donating to the Vinnies CEO Sleepout today.
In 2021, participants raised $9.3 million and made a huge impact. That means Vinnies can support the community by providing more:
Individual support programs
Financial & budgeting support
Mental Health Support
How it works
Reach out to your network and find supporters.
Experience the event and learn more about homelessness.
Find a CEO or a team
Search for friends or colleagues who are
participating in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout.
See which CEOs are currently leading the movement against homelessness in Australia. You can also view a list of all participants and see how they're tracking.
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Read the real story
Discover real stories from people who have experienced homelessness, as well as those fighting to end it.*
*Names and images are changed to
protect these courageous people's privacy.
Mathew Kratiuk braved the Vinnies CEO Sleepout and shared his own experience of homelessness. Mathew experienced what he describes as “the perfect family” until his parents separated when he was 12….he eventually ended up alone on the street.
Catherine has faced challenge after challenge in her life. As a single mother who escaped domestic violence, Catherine has raised three daughters on her own, and in recent years family illness and financial hardship have left Catherine struggling to get by.
Joe was experiencing homelessness and was a heavy user of methamphetamines. He wanted to turn his life around, and sought out Vinnies to assist him with accessing detox and rehabilitation programs for his drug addiction.